Fine Arts Research & Creative Initiatives

Our faculty, staff, and students are continuously engaged in a vast number of research and creative initiatives on a local, national, and global scale.

Research Profile

Mary Kavanagh | Board of Governors Research Chair, Tier I

uLethbridge Professor Mary Kavanagh examines atomic legacies

 

Aligning with the 75th Anniversary of the birth of the atomic age, University of Lethbridge Professor Mary Kavanagh explores the Bomb and its legacies in a series of art exhibitions presented across Canada and the US: the multi-faceted Daughters of Uranium and Trinity3, a two-channel video work extracted from the larger project. The exhibitions reach across the nuclear Anthropocene to build connections between nuclear technologies and their lived effects, the nuclear site and irradiated bodies, nuclear fallout, waste, and material evidence.

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Department of Drama presents 4.48 Psychosis to remote audiences

The Department of Drama presents 4.48 Psychosis by Sarah Kane, streamed online for remote audiences.

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Elder led research and creation project Mootookakio’ssin reactivates Indigenous objects

Mootookakio’ssin is creating a virtual home for Indigenous objects, a place to reactivate the Blackfoot relations within them and transfer that knowledge all the way from Britain back to their peoples in Southern Alberta.

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Repertoire selection inspires undergraduate student and faculty member to build aeolian harp

Crossing Boundaries symposium inspired a creative pairing, between faculty and student, music and nature.

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